Fri, Feb 23|
The Asylum Art Gallery
Talent Match Presents 'Destination Unknown'
Time & Location
Feb 23, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
The Asylum Art Gallery, 21 Chapel Ash, Clifton St, Wolverhampton WV3 0TZ, UK
About the event
Talent Match Artists and Musicians present:
Asylum Art Gallery
There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception
Destination Unknown is a captivating exploration of self.
We ask the audience to delve deep into the heart and mind of 7 artists, collectively taking the journey of discovery to unfold their hidden path, their true identity and their purpose in life.
We question how much of life is destiny and how much is choice?
The in-between is unknown but the decision to pursue their talent is real.
- Daniel Mcdonald
- Callan Cureton
- Dayanna Allen
- Kristal Cureton
- Giuseppe Sicilia (Singer)
- Georgina Wren (Rapper)
- Saffron Hill (Spoken Word)
*Background and skill of each artist*
Inspired at college, natural creative fair nurtured, she’s designed and done tattoos and this is the area of interest and a creative out let for her.
Callan specialises in Illustrations and uses this as a creative outlet
Mackgraphix is a creative graphics designer who specialises in portraits and anime style art.
An Illustrator / Designer, with a good background in Art and Design, and a BA (Hons) Degree in Visual Communication (Illustration). With a thirst for being creative and exploring my imagination. Influenced by creators such as: Raphael Vincenzi, Ged Quinn, Silke Werzinger, Yuko Kondo, Saul Bass, Mark B Hill, Joe Wilson and many more.
Singer Giuseppe Sicilia will be opening the event.
We are proud to be working with Talent Match to provide this free exhibition space to young creatives.
Talent Match is targeting young people who are furthest from the jobs market, including those who are completely outside of the benefits, work and training system and facing severe barriers to gaining the skills they need to get into work. Talent Match will boost opportunities for young people.